LSU football’s five best plays of the 2021 season

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LSU’s 2021 season has been tumultuous, to say the least.

Not only are the Tigers 4-4 in a year where they were expected by some to bounce back from a subpar 2020 campaign, but LSU also made the decision to let go of Ed Orgeron, the man who brought the program a national title just two years ago.

While it may seem like doom and gloom for the LSU Tigers right now, there have still been some entertaining moments this season that should not go overlooked because the end goal of the year has now been put out of reach.

Here are the five best plays of the 2021 season (so far).

Max Johnson drops it in the bucket for Boutte at the goal line

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LSU started off the game vs Auburn with a bang after Max Johnson dropped one in for Kayshon Boutte on the sideline.

Tyrion Davis-Price completes the hat-trick vs Florida

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Ty Davis-Price broke the LSU single-game rushing record in this game against Florida, and he added three touchdowns on top of it, including this one to put the Tigers back on top in the fourth quarter.

An easy catch-and-run for Boutte

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Easy work for one of the best slot receivers in college football.

Deion Smith mosses Chippewa defender

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Deion didn’t have to do ’em like that, but he did.

McGlothern gets a gift wrapped in purple and gold from Emory Jones

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McGlothern received what was Emory Jones’ third interception of the afternoon, and this one was a house call for the LSU defense.

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